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Lamaze Mortimer the Moose

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Teethable Antlers

Textured and soft teether material is great for teething.

Knottie Legs

Knottie activity legs, great for chewing.

Clacking Rings

Engage baby's hearing.

Hooves

Brightly covered hooves chime, rattle and crunch when baby grabs or shakes.  Legs and hooves make sounds, capture baby's attention  and  engage baby's hearing.
 

Squeaker

Surprise squeaker gets baby smiling and awakens baby's auditory senses.

Premium Fabrics

Premium fabrics are soft on baby's touch.

Lamaze Link

Can be attached to a diaper bag, stroller or carrier bar for easy on-the-go play.
 

0-24 Months

 

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Lamaze Infant Development System

Lamaze System

Lamaze toys engage babies and provide parents with peace of mind. We make it easy for you to choose the products that are developmentally appropriate and most enjoyable for your baby with color-coded age grades.
 

0-24 months

It's important to keep your baby engaged throughout each stage of their development. Our Play & Grow collection features soft, lovable characters that encourage learning through play.
 

6 months +

Grab it! Chew it! Baby is now exploring with his hands and mouth and discovering his hands and feet. To develop motor skills and strengthen coordination, choose toys with a variety of shapes, fun sounds, and intriguing textures.
 

9 months +

In the latter half of the first year, babies realize that they have some control over their world and that they can manipulate by choice. This skill opens up a new phase of development and interaction.
 

12 months +

Look what I can do! From learning to walk to learning to talk, baby is exercising his mind and body. Toys that help develop the imagination and meet the challenge of increasing energy levels, such as a pull toy or nesting blocks, are great choices.

 

18 months +

Your toddler responds to simple questions asked and is learning that every object has a name. Language development increases gradually in the use of complex and compound words. Your toddler holds a book and is able to successfully turn each page. Different textures continue to stimulate his sense of touch.Your toddler is always on the move! He is a curious explorer as he walks about.
 

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